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# TinyTapeout project information
wokwi_id: 0 # If using wokwi, set this to your project's ID
source_files: # If using an HDL, set wokwi_id as 0 and uncomment and list your source files here
- verilog/rtl/beepboop.v
top_module: "beepboop" # put the name of your top module here, make it unique by prepending your github username
# As everyone will have access to all designs, try to make it easy for someone new to your design to know what
# it does and how to operate it.
# Here is an example:
# This info will be automatically collected and used to make a datasheet for the chip.
author: "Anish Singhani" # Your name
discord: "" # Your discord handle - make sure to include the # part as well
title: "Beep Boop Traffic Light Controller" # Project title
description: "Sequencer for a traffic light with a walk button, with timings tuned to match the iconic 'beep boop' streetlight formerly installed in front of Carnegie Mellon University" # Short description of what your project does
how_it_works: "Press the walk button and the traffic light will turn red, then the walk signal and 'beep boop' will begin" # Longer description of how the project works
how_to_test: "See inputs and outputs" # Instructions on how someone could test your project, include things like what buttons do what and how to set the clock if needed
external_hw: "LEDs, noisemaker, button" # Describe any external hardware needed
language: "SystemVerilog" # other examples include Verilog, Amaranth, VHDL, etc
doc_link: "" # URL to longer form documentation, eg the in your repository
clock_hz: 0 # Clock frequency in Hz (if required) we are expecting max clock frequency to be ~6khz. Provided on input 0.
picture: "" # relative path to a picture in your repository
inputs: # a description of what the inputs do
- clock
- reset
- walk button
- none
- none
- none
- none
- none
- red
- yellow
- green
- walk
- no walk
- noisemaker
- none
- none